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CS0011. Regional Stratigraphic Cross Sections, Comanche Cretaceous (Fredericksburg-Washita Division), Edwards and Stockton Plateaus, West Texas: Interpretation of Sedimentary Facies, Depositional Cycles, and Tectonics, by C. I. Smith, J. B. Brown, and F. E. Lozo. 39 p., 18 figs., 6 pls., 2 appendices, 2000.
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About This Publication
Six interlocking regional stratigraphic cross sections illustrate the vertical and lateral extent of lithostratigraphic units and distribution of facies and facies tracts. The accompanying text presents previously unpublished data on the Fredericksburg-Washita Formations of the Comanche Series from the Edwards and Stockton Plateaus and Marathon Rim region of West Texas. It also integrates these data with published and unpublished (thesis) data from the study area and adjacent regions and provides a regional stratigraphic framework and synthesis of the depositional history of this division of the Lower Cretaceous in West Texas.
Keywords: cross sections, Comanche Series, Cretaceous, Edwards Plateau, facies, Stockton Plateau, West Texas, lithostratigraphy, Marathon Rim, Fredericksburg-Washita Division, Texas
Stratigraphic nomenclature and general relationships
Discussion of stratigraphic cross sections and stratigraphic analysis
Middle-upper subdivision boundary and overlying strata
18 figures, 6 plates (stratigraphic cross sections)
Smith, C. I., Brown, J. B., and Lozo, F. E., 2000, Regional Stratigraphic Cross Sections, Comanche Cretaceous (Fredericksburg-Washita Division), Edwards and Stockton Plateaus, West Texas: Interpretation of Sedimentary Facies, Depositional Cycles, and Tectonics: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Cross Section CS 11, 39 p., 6 plates.